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- Licensed soundtrack featuring songs and music videos by today's cutting edge musicians
- Wireless two-player local gameplay
- All new battle modes
- All new sensational 3D backgrounds
- All new and better graphics with streaming video in the background
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Product InformationLumines II is the sequel to popular puzzle-action game. Gamers control squaresmade of four smaller block pieces that are dropped into the playing field one ata time to form same-color squares. The vertical "timeline" sweepsacross the playing field from left to right and wipes the same-color squaresfrom the playing field. Unmatched blocks pile up and the game ends when thepile gets to the top of the playing screen. Advance through many action-packedlevels each with its own musical theme and sound effects. Numerous new skins.Product Features Licensed soundtrack featuring songs and music videos by today's cutting edge musicians Wireless two-player local gameplay All new battle modes All new sensational 3D backgrounds All new and better graphics with streaming video in the background
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The visuals are like eye candy, can be confusing but that's where the challenge is. While you play with 2 different colored blocks you'll also enjoy a distracting music video in the background. And here's the twist, each song will have a different music video and color scheme to mess with your eyes. There is nothing Wrong with it, it makes it all the More fun with absurd random amusement. (example) Imagine yourself getting into the game and all of a sudden Gwen's Hollaback Girl music video plays to distract you from your moment of glory. Maybe people don't have my sense of humor or taste, but I find that hilarious. Not everyone will agree with the soundtrack, but I love it. Most of the tracks will be upbeat to get you into the game, while there will be some few random ones to throw you off your streak. Overall, it Should keep you smiling - no emo songs (no offense to emo genre, just saying that it'll keep you Smiling). On top of that, the game has plenty of side modes as well as replay value if you're the collector type. Now difficulty? I'd say it's as "hard" as Tetris without the dry monotony. Sooo if you're into all those many many games with blocks/gems falling down from screen (Tetris being the universal example), Lumines II is certainly promising.
Great graphics and cool music effects though
I never tried Lumines 1, since I just recently got a PSP. So I picked up part 2 seeing that it's getting good reviews and part 1 is in most of the 'gotta have this for the psp' listmanias. I received my copy of part 2 a few days ago and played it for about 45 minutes. I just wasnt getting into it. I tried the challenge mode, puzzle mode, and also mission mode. All are 'fun' I'm assuming if you are into this game.
I love Tetris and think I'm really good at (or at least I used to be). This game seems a lot like tetris with the exception of everything coming down in a four square bock with 2 different colors usually. You have to create cubes of 4 squares which can be added on to by 2 other same colored squares to create a 6 block square..then 8...then 10...it can keep going up until the time line (which is pretty quick) flys by it erasing the completed blocks. As you progress, the colors of the cubes will change during play..as well as the music and backgrounds...which I'm guessing is there to try to confuse you or maybe just change up the look of things.
I didnt find this fun...at all. I was really bored.
Since I really didnt care for the game, I'll list some reasons why I do think the game is decent for fans of it. The Puzzle mode seems pretty challenging which is always a good thing...if you care for the game. Mission mode was probably my favorite mode. I like puzzles where they want you to do something in a certain amount of trys, and this is what mission mode basically is. You cant mess up one time or you lose. The graphics are bright in this game also. Very colorful.
If you arent interested in or only mildly interested in puzzlers, I wouldnt recommend getting this. I think this game might be only for diehard fans of puzzlers, cause it was pretty boring.
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